Russian Ships Train off Kamchatka

June 4, 2021 (Google Translation) – Two tactical groups of ships of the formation of the protection of the water area of ​​the Troops and forces in the northeast of Russia are working out planned tasks of combat training in the Pacific Ocean.

Small missile ships “Smerch” and “Razliv” operate as part of a naval strike group, and MPK “Ust-Ilimsk” and “Kholmsk” – as part of an anti-submarine strike group.

At sea, off the coast of Kamchatka, the crews carried out joint tactical maneuvers, established stable interaction between ships during exercises to repel an air attack from a simulated enemy and conduct artillery combat.

Anti-submarine ships searched for imaginary enemy submarines and performed minefields training on probable submarine routes.

In turn, small missile ships worked out the issues of delivering a joint missile strike against a detachment of imaginary enemy ships with the implementation of electronic launches of cruise missiles.

As part of the exit, the tactical groups will conduct a complex of practical missile and artillery firing at air and sea targets.

The operations of the ships at sea are provided by the aircraft of the Pacific Fleet’s naval aviation.